Restaurants in Italy

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When you walk into the restaurant, you can see the signature dish waiting to be prepared: baby pigs fed on wild nuts, sawed exactly in half with... Read More

One of Lucca’s oldest, well-known bakeries/cafes nestled by the Piazza San Michele, Taddeucci offers the buccellato, a traditional sweet cake developed... Read More

The Tazza d'Oro has been one of Rome's go-to coffee bars since its 1946 opening. Recently renovated, the bar still has its original counter and overall... Read More

As cozy and welcoming a setting as you can ask for, with vaulted ceilings and even a fireplace. While clearly not serving espresso, Tea Room is a Siena... Read More

Owned by eccentric restaurateur Fabio Picchi of Cibreino, Teatro del Sale is a members-only restaurant/theater/social club. Starting at 7pm, Tuesday... Read More

Situated atop La Rinascente, a four-story department store on the edge of Piazza della Repubblica, Terrazza is a small, open-air rooftop café... Read More

This contemporary wine bar and restaurant has a dedicated focus on Lazio's produce, delicacies, and recipes like mezze maniche all'amatriciana, paccheri... Read More

Chef Gennaro Esposito creates innovative dishes, such as risotto with cod and figs, in a seventh-century tower. Read More

The only place to go for focaccia with cheese. Read More

The trapizzino could be Rome's best street food. A mix between a tramezzino (a triangular sandwich) and pizza, the trapizzino is the ultimate, edible... Read More

Not far from the Pantheon and Piazza Navona, this quiet restaurant in Old Rome is known for its regional Sicilian cuisine. Filling up two stories in a... Read More

Located near Palazzo Pitti, Trattoria 4 Leoni (the Four Lions) has two dining rooms, a casual one closer to the street and one a little more elegant... Read More

Dine on traditional Ligurian food while taking in the stunning views of the coast. Read More

Set in the countryside just outside the city, Sapori is more ambitious, refined, and serious (but not too serious) than most trattorias in the Parma... Read More

Sample Livorno’s famous dish, cacciucco, at Trattoria Antico Moro, a seafood restaurant that smells entirely like its wares. Cacciucco is one of... Read More

Just a little off the beaten path on Borgo Ognissanti near the Communal Theater, the family-run Trattoria Armando offers cucina casaligna (homemade food... Read More

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